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Visual Studio Live! Redmond 2016: Windows for Makers -- Raspberry Pi, Arduino & IoT

In this session with Microsoft Senior Technical Evangelist Nick Landry, you'll learn about the tools, how to get started, what hardware you'll need, and how to build your first Windows hardware project on the Raspberry Pi. You'll also explore how you can extend your Windows 10 mobile projects with custom hardware using the Windows Arduino Remote, and how your Arduino projects can leverage Windows hardware as affordable virtual shields. Take your maker projects to the next level, and come learn valuable skills to prepare and extend your developer skills for the Internet of Things (IoT).

Posted on 07/22/2016


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